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Since April 2007, by law and as set out in the Housing Act 2004, landlords have an obligation to pay deposits received from tenants into one of 3 tenancy deposit protection schemes, which are; Deposits must be paid into one of the schemes within 30 days of the date on which the deposit was paid by the tenant. Landlords and agents must also provide this information to the tenants, to ensure tenants are fully aware.
If this is not done correctly, landlords will be subject to a financial penalty, which is awarded to the tenant for breach of their rights.
Tenant Angels was set up to give tenants a voice, to ensure every single tenant, all over England & Wales were aware of their legal rights and should we find that landlords or their agents have not followed legal guidance, we will take action on behalf of tenants.

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We have been in your shoes and even to this day, we rent just like you. After a bad experience many years ago, we founded Tenant Angels to ensure every tenant had a voice and a guardian angel looking out for your rights!


We may not be able to help absolutely everyone, as each set of circumstances can be a little different, but we'll always be 100% genuine and upfront with you and like all angels, we'll look out for you the best we can, all FREE of charge & no obligation.

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We earn an honest living by helping tenants raise disputes and take on their rogue landlords. We are paid for this work directly by the solicitors we work with, meaning that when you work with us, it won't cost you a penny.


If any of the below apply to you, you may have a claim

Not Protected

If you know for certain the deposit you paid to your landlord was not protected, it is very likely you have a claim. All you need is your tenancy agreement to get started.

Protected Late

Even if your deposit was protected, if you suspect it was after 30 days of you making the payment, you may have a claim.

Unfair Deductions

All 3 deposit protection schemes have a free dispute resolution service when it comes to getting your deposit back. If your deposit was unfairly deducted, it might be due to the lack of deposit protection in place.

Didn't Return Your Deposit

If your landlord has refused or been unable to return your deposit, it may be because the deposit was not placed in an approved protection scheme.

No Deposit Information Given

If you did not receive a letter or email from one of the 3 approved deposit protection schemes, it is very possible that your deposit was not protected correctly.

Stayed Longer Than Your Initial Agreement

Tenancy deposits must remain protected by one of the 3 approved schemes for the whole duration of your tenancy, so if you stayed in the property beyond your initial agreement, we can check to see if the protection scheme was also extended.